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EDIT: I thought I'd see a few more that have 5gh+ as 24/7 other than myself and phaseshift.
If I had the chips and voltages you guys have then I would. I need like 1.55v for 5gig and even then its not stable.
4.6 is more than fast enough and its rock solid.
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You have the cpu red light? I thought you fried your chip?


EDIT: Its quite unbelievable how tolerant these chips are. I just read your other thread, I'm certain you fried the mobo and that you cpu is fine. Check Sandy under water in my sig.


EDIT2: actually here is the thread I created because of the red cpu light problem that I had.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...-constant.html
I hope you're right just to be sure I'm going to double check CompUSA's return policy and if it's ok I'm going to return it after I ascertain whether or not the CPU is fried too.

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So how many people have had to RMA a part of their system here. It seems that even my extreme case (2 Cpus, 3 motherboards [and a 4th for the D3 Stepping]) isn't out of the ordinary.
I had one DoA CPU, Mobo, GFX Card and was able to send back to CompUSA.
The next set died within 48 hours so I was able to send it back to CompUSA as well.
The RAM I have is from December First thing I ordered.
The last CPU, motherboard, and GFX card I had I had to RMA as it was outside of the 30 days for returning it. I wish I still had this set as I was able to get 5.2 GHz on Air Prime 95 Blend Stable @ 1.45v Max Temp was 85C. I decided that 85C was too high so I got an H50 and set everything back to stock. Well at stock I ran a Prime 95 Blend and as the H50 was defective. It fried my CPU and motherboard, and my CPU when I checked it with a thermometer said it was like 100C. The motherboard fried too I guess the heat from CPU did it in cause that was after I let it cool off a bit.
Then there is this set so anyone think they'll give me any issues RMA'ing my parts?
     
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So how many people have had to RMA a part of their system here. It seems that even my extreme case (2 Cpus, 3 motherboards [and a 4th for the D3 Stepping]) isn't out of the ordinary.
I suppose I'm the lucky one here. I haven't had to RMA any pieces of my last three systems (E8500, i5 750 @ 3.8GHz, and now this one). I probably should have RMA'd the E8500, as it was one that had a faulty temperature sensor and displayed 99°C 24/7.

Each of the systems has worked through my hand-me-down system, too. My E8500 is now my webserver. My i5 750 is now my wife's.

I'm going to guess that posting this has completely screwed me on my next build, though.
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Lol i'v never had to RMA anything in the last 8 years until I received my 1st p67 mobo, it is understandable that new architecture is not always great, there are bound to be problems. At the moment (2nd mobo still a b2) everything is running 110% and hope that it continues to do so for next 3 years (touch wood)

By the way im still running a B2 mobo and havnt got changed yet, I'll wait until the new chipset surfaces and then do an rma.
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Here are some very limited tests I did on HT and clock speeds for gaming:



Sorry, no direct HT on/off comparisons.
Thanks for the comparisons! I still want to turn HT on though xD
Do you think if I changed the 3 crappy stock fans to some nice GT 1850's would make a difference in temps? I'm hoping for at least a 5C improvement (kind of optimistic there lol).
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Ive been messing with it more and more, at the moment im at 4611.7ghz, bus speed 104.8mhz,44x multiplier, 48c load temp,voltage at 100% load is reading 1.368, and i think in the bios it is set to 1.385...is it normal for it to drop that much at 100% load? Its stable at these settings, running prime 95 for 9.5 hours.

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That's a bit strange you because you said a couple days ago


You might need more vcore for 5ghz. Provide a bit more info on what settings you have enabled in the bios.


After a certain point just for an extra 100mhz it requies a lot more vcore. I'm pretty sure that I can get my chip stable 5ghz using 1.4v or below, others with the same batch have done the same. I havnt really had time to actually get it down and I'm lazy so I kept it at 5.1ghz.
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Ive been messing with it more and more, at the moment im at 4611.7ghz, bus speed 104.8mhz,44x multiplier, 48c load temp,voltage at 100% load is reading 1.368, and i think in the bios it is set to 1.385...is it normal for it to drop that much at 100% load? Its stable at these settings, running prime 95 for 9.5 hours.
nice one the voltage dropping under load is called vdroop (which is normal), to eliminate vdroop as much as possible you have to enable load line calibration (llc)
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nice one the voltage dropping under load is called vdroop (which is normal), to eliminate vdroop as much as possible you have to enable load line calibration (llc)
Ya that is enabled. Thanks!
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Well The board will cross ship in the morning would have been tonight but all of the places don't ship ground past 4:30pm and I didn't get back from CompUSA until 4:45pm. They ship air until 8:30 >v< but whatever it's free shipping for me hopefully I'll have the board by the end of the week.
     
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Well The board will cross ship in the morning would have been tonight but all of the places don't ship ground past 4:30pm and I didn't get back from CompUSA until 4:45pm. They ship air until 8:30 >v< but whatever it's free shipping for me hopefully I'll have the board by the end of the week.
cool did you rma the chip or get a replacement aswell or is just the mobo?
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